Croatan Institute Welcomes Two New Staff Members March 8, 2023Croatan Institute is pleased to welcome two new staff members who joined us in late February.Mary Bell is joining the team…
LeZaks discusses the intersection of health, agriculture, and finance with colleague David Strelneck of Nourish.
Croatan Institute has released a report summarizing a USDA-funded, feasibility assessment regarding development of place-based financing districts in four regions.
Senior Fellow David LeZaks was quoted in a New York Times op-ed by Peter Coy discussing how land managers are seeing environmental, as well as economic benefits, from including organic production in their portfolios.
This report summarizes the results of a major USDA-funded assessment of the feasibility of developing a new place-based financing district in four states across three regions with very different kinds of farming communities, agronomic conditions, and policy environments.
Soil wealth encompasses the constellation of benefits that result when we build healthy soil and community wealth through regenerative and organic agriculture.
Croatan Institute is working alongside the WWF and Environmental Investigation Agency (EIA) to garner investor support for the Fostering Overseas Rule of Law and Environmentally Sound Trade (FOREST) Act
Croatan Institute is hiring for two positions: a full-time Executive Assistant and Operations Coordinator
On March 4th, Croatan Institute will lead community members and volunteers in Eastern North Carolina to undertake the second phase of a reforestation project, planting close to 2000 trees on the site.
Over the next six months, Lauren will explore opportunities to advance policy that supports patient, flexible, and non-extractive capital for regenerative agriculture.